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30 for 30
4/3c ABC
The spring revival of ESPN's 30th-anniversary documentary series may feature its best film yet in Guru of Go, Oscar-winning director Bill Couturie's look at Loyola Marymount's storied run through the 1990 NCAA basketball tournament following the sudden death of star forward Hank Gathers. Much of the focus is on coach Paul Westhead, the professorial hoops nomad whose ultra-up-tempo offense was at its breathtaking best with those LMU Lions, who discovered a new gear in wins over New Mexico State, Michigan and Alabama. Also interviewed is Bo Kimble, Hank's long-time teammate from Philadelphia, who shot his first free throw of each game left-handed, à la Hank. — Roger Leister

NCAA Basketball Tournament
6/5c CBS
When you think of this event, you think upsets, and there were more than a few this year. But when it comes down to the Final Four, underdogs are few and far between. If you add up the seeds of this year's four remaining teams, you get 13. That's two 5s (Butler and Michigan State), a 2 (West Virginia) and a 1 (Duke). The totals for the previous three Final Fours have been 7, 4 (that's right, all four No. 1s) and 6. Over the last 30 tournaments, the total number has topped 13 only three times. — Dave Roeder

True Jackson, VP
8:30/7:30c Nickelodeon
The insanity doesn't stop for the Mad Style gang when they're away from the office! True hosts a slumber party for her friends — and Amanda crashes it. The evening then takes on a cutthroat tone as True and Amanda's competitive spirits come out during some party games. Meanwhile, Ryan and Jimmy are set to see some action on the big screen while watching a new John Cena movie. But the adventure unexpectedly continues when they meet the star himself. Vivica A. Fox and Willow Smith also guest star. — Jennifer Sankowski

The Ten Commandments
7/6c ABC
Cecil B. DeMille updated his own 1923 silent film, utilizing Oscar-winning special effects and panoramic shots to chronicle the Biblical story. The sweeping 1956 epic tracks the life of Moses (Charlton Heston), including his birth, enslavement, the deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt and his climb up Mount Sinai to receive the tablets containing God's commands. The film features an all-time classic cinematic treasure: the awe-inspiring re-creation of the parting of the Red Sea. The A-list cast includes Yul Brynner, Anne Baxter, Edward G. Robinson, Yvonne De Carlo, Vincent Price and John Carradine. — Dean Maurer

Suze Orman Show
9/8c CBNC
As the cliché goes, there are three things certain in life: birth, death and taxes — and, though it may seem unfair, that last thing applies even to people receiving unemployment benefits. Suze offers tax tips to those folks hit hardest by the recession, as well as to a freelancer who failed to pony up quarterly taxes. In the "Can I Afford It?" segment, she brandishes advice about purchasing a $400,000 plane and affording a teeth-whitening procedure. — Jeff Gemmill